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Abbas I. Pasha of E crypt, "21-2 Abbas II, Khedive I Abbas Hilrr.:', +           12, 54, 172,' 20»T;   dl::;-;!-
ties c«ea?k';n*xi by, 42. 47, 86-7, 110, 100; autocratic nature and aims of, and other characteristic:-*, 96, 10S, 112-13, 115-10,
118,   216, 304;   share of, in Cabinet formation, 113 ; relations  of,   with   Gcrst. 113,     114-15,   and    with Kitchener, 110-12.114 -s 7.7., 209; and the  Nationalist movement, 114, 150, 154 ; dominance      of,      during Second  Phase  of   British Occupation,   118—19;    action    of,    in    the    War.
119,   120,   203;    relations of, with El Azhar, 241, 267
Deposition of, 118, 110, 125, 135, 275, Proclamation of, 123
Abdeen Palace, serious riot near, 249
Abdu (Sheikh Mohamed), a Moslem "modernist," 76, 96-7, 239, 240
Abdul Aziz, Sultan, and Ismail, Khedive of Egypt, 26
Abdul Hamid, Sultan of Turkey, Suzerain of Egypt, 12, 38, 45, 53, 54; and Abbas Hilmi, 12, 11S ; and the Arabi mutiny, 40,41; and Egyptian Nationalism, 95; deposition of, by the Young Turk Party, 153
Abdul Wahab, reforms of, 5
Adli Pasha, Minister of Justice, 120, 146, 270
Adrianople, Peace of (1829), 8
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A2TicuItur.il Bank, the. 1\»2, 134 Agriculture. FvCiheen skill in. 101 ;
Akaba. Tj.rki.~h encroachments to
war-.i?  • 190t» „  5-4 Albanian crfrin c: M?hc-mer Ali, 1, 4
Alexandria, "7, 95, 201, 226, 233; Arabi's revolt at, 3S—9, the ir-ias-aeres and the bcm-bardnv=n:, 41-2, 44, S6, the French withdrawal before the bombardment, 55; eccsoinic status ci» 174: the rebellion of March, 1919 at, 179--SO, 182. and the aurumn riots, 24S ; the Milner Ccirsmis-sion at, 265
Cotton market, the, 2S4
Harbour works, 27
Indenmity, the, 36
Port of, creation of, 16 Alienby, Field-Marshal Viscount, 182, appointment of, as Special High Commissioner, 190 ; return of, to Egypt, and action taken by, in quelling the rebellion, 193 sqq. ; task before, after the rebellion, 219-20; changes made by, 220; the Declaration of British Policy published by, 255-6, 261, 302, action of, consequent thereon, 256, 260, 276, 281, not unconditionally tj recognised. jrupted  expansion  of  Egyptian  revenue which has been going on since the early years of the